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    Super Grub2 Disk 2.01 RC3

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    Super Grub2 Disk 2.01 RC3

    Super Grub2 Disk - Universal .ISO disk image to recover boot and run the operating system installed on the hard disk.If it so happened that your operating system can not be loaded because the system boot is damaged in such a situation, it is necessary to take action. To solve the problem, there are different tools, they will load the operating system and restore the boot, in this case, you are encouraged to Super Grub2 Disk

    Unassuming interface, intuitive, we need only to create a boot disk, boot Flash, or Floppy disk, boot from it, click a few buttons, and reboot in the reconstituted system.

    The main objective is the restoration of utilities damaged or destroyed loader. The second problem is as close as possible to meet with the loader GRUB2 and the how the process of loading the operating system.

    The functions and menu options Super Grub2 Disk 2.01 beta 3:
    - Detect any OS
    By selecting this option SG2D (Super GRUB2 Disk) will scan all partitions on all disks with a view to detect the operating system and then create a menu where you can choose any of the found OS for its subsequent launch.
    If you want to view or edit the command menu, you can press the "e" key and then the combination "ctrl + x" to start to perform.

    Supported OS:
    - GNU / Linux (although at the time of writing this manual support separate / boot partition is not implemented);
    - FreeBSD;
    - Mac OSX / Darwin;
    - Microsoft Windows - all versions;

    - Detect any GRUB2 configuration file (grub.cfg)
    Function to search for the file "grub.cfg" on all partitions and create a menu to select a particular "grub.cfg" file of all detected.This can be useful when installing GRUB2 somehow been damaged, but the configuration file was unhurt. Download file "grub.cfg" will load the native menu GRUB2 coated Super GRUB2 Disk.

    - Detect any GRUB2 installation (even if mbr is overwritten)
    This function allows you to search for files of installation GRUB2 (file "core.img", specific GRUB2) on all partitions and create a menu to select a specific file from all found.This can be useful if the MBR was overwritten system MS Windows, but the installation GRUB2 yet operational. Download file "grub.cfg "(as in the description of the previous menu item) usually also allow you to boot, but may still be a problem if you use functions from a newer version GRUB2, than that usedCurrent Super GRUB2 Disk. Downloading the file "core.img" from GRUB2 through this menu item will load GRUB2 because of your current package as if the ball is not damaged MBR and loading went well.

    - Detect loop bootable isos (in / boot-isos or / boot / boot-isos /)
    Many distributions of GNU / Linux LiveCD supports multiple boot from the ISO file, that is, when it is possible to boot from the ISO file without having to record a CD.
    This function searches the directory "/ boot-isos /" or "/ boot / boot-isos /" for all sections of the disc. Then search ".iso "file in these directories and creates a menu to select a particular" .iso "file of all detected. However, not all files are" .iso "can be used for multiple downloading.

    At the time of writing supports the following distributions:
    - Grml;
    - Parted Magic;
    - Sidux;
    - Slax Tinycore;
    - Ubuntu;
    - SystemRescueCd;
    - Any distributions that ship with files Loopback.cfg;

    - Enable GRUB2's LVM support
    This option lets you enable GRUB2 LVM with "insmod lvm", and if your profile "/ boot" is located on the LVM, you must choose this option before starting any function from the menu, as described above, having the title "Detect .. . ".
    If you do not know what the LVM, it is especially and you should not touch, and you can just simply ignore this option.

    - Enable GRUB2's RAID support
    This option includes support for RAID for GRUB2. If the partition "/ boot" your OS is on RAID, you need to select this option before using any function, described above, containing the name "Detect ...".
    If you do not know what the RAID, then just simply can ignore this option.
    When using RAID1 GRUB boot loader can read parts of the array even without a loaded modules RAID.

    - Enable GRUB2's PATA support (to work around BIOS bugs / limitations)
    Until now, many computers can be present is crude BIOS, which can not work with disks of large volume.At the same GRUB can produce errors such as "out of disk" when you try to boot from the disc high volume without having a separate section "/ boot" small in size, located at the beginning of the disc.
    However GRUB2 available own drivers for direct disk access to bypass the BIOS. Therefore restrictions in the BIOS will not prevent access to any part of the disc, regardless of its size.

    Thus, if you have trouble downloading due to errors such as "out of disk", selecting this option will boot without any problems.
    To install GRUB2 supporting ATA, to get rid of the problems mentioned above, use the following command:

    # Grub-install --disk-module = ata

    Currently GRUB2 only supports the older drives such as PATA (ATAPI or IDE). If you have a SATA drive, then this option will be useless, however, and the small likelihood that the new BIOS from the SATA support will be problems.

    - Enable GRUB2's USB support * experimental *
    Many BIOS-u still do not support booting from USB, but with this option you can use Super GRUB2 Disk (loaded from a floppy disk, CD, or other device that is supported by the BIOS) toTo boot your OS from USB, using its own drivers GRUB2, ie bypassing restrictions BIOS,
    This option will only allow you to download the free operating system such as GNU / Linux or FreeBSD, and can not be used to boot Windows with USB-devices. This functionality is still at the stage of "experimental."

    - Enable serial terminal
    This option includes support GRUB2 "serial console", using the default settings. It can be used for debugging, maintaining the error messages in the logs.If the default settings do not fit your serial-Soup, you can change the configuration manually by using the "serial" in accordance with the documentation

    If you can not imagine what a "serial console", simply ignore this option.

    - List devices / partitions
    This function will display all of your devices and partitions on them, which can read GRUB2. There will be information about the file systems on each device.And so as the GRUB2 uses a single module "ext2.mod" to support the "ext {2,3,4}", then any "extN" file system will be displayed as "ext2".

    Super Grub2 Disk suitable for writing on cd-drive and usb.

    Changes in version Super Grub2 Disk 2.01 RC3
    osdetect: Linux entry now shows its device
    osdetect: Mac OS X / Darwin entry now shows its device
    Fixed wrong EFI files detection
    supergrub-meta-mkrescue now builds standalone images for: x86_64-efi, i386-efi, i386-coreboot and i386-ieee1275
    Bug Fix: Fix gfxterm trigger. Now translation work as expected. Special characters are shown ok
    Spanish (es) translation was updated to match the new options
    Translations files were updated to reflect new strings
    Code was fixed so that all the visible strings can be translated
    Minor design improvements

    Super Grub2 Disk 2.01 RC3

    Date of : 2014
    Platform : Windows XP / Vista / 7/8
    Interface English
    Activation : not required
    Size : 11.93 Mb

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